Dark climate to proceed in Pune in first future of December: IMD newsfragment


PUNE The shape, together with Pune, isn’t anticipated to enjoy chilly climate within the first future of December and can rather proceed to eyewitness dull climate, stated officers of the Bharat Meteorological Area (IMD).

The shape, together with Pune, will eyewitness dull climate within the first future of December, consistent with IMD officers. (HT FILE)

A low-pressure section over the southeast Bay of Bengal is more likely to accentuate right into a melancholy right through the upcoming 24 hours and additional right into a cyclonic typhoon round December 3.

So, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh are more likely to enjoy a rainy enchanment with thunderstorm process over the upcoming couple of days.

Anupam Kashyapi, head, climate and forecasting branch, IMD, Pune, stated, “Under the influence of the weather system over the Bay of Bengal, Maharashtra will continue to experience cloudy weather, especially from December 4 onwards, therefore the state is not likely to experience chilly weather in near future.”

In Pune, the sky can be basically cloudless for the upcoming 48 hours and haze situations can be noticed in some disciplines right through morning hours.

In Maharashtra, Marathwada and Central Maharashtra were experiencing dull climate with free average rains in some districts for a future now. This status is more likely to proceed over the pocket as the elements machine over the Bay of Bengal is predicted to give a boost to within the upcoming 24 hours.

Scattered to relatively prevailing shiny to average drizzle with thunderstorms and lightning will proceed right through the upcoming 48 hours. The IMD additionally issued a yellow alert of ‘watchful conditions’ for Vidarbha and Marathwada for the upcoming 48 hours.

Vaishali Khobragade, meteorologist, IMD, Pune, stated, “The systems in the Arabian Sea that are affecting the weather conditions over the state, were earlier over north Maharashtra, these systems are now in southern Madhya Pradesh. Therefore the Vidarbha area is likely to experience partly cloudy weather for the next 48 hours.”

“From December 4 onwards the moisture incursion from the Bay of Bengal will again result in to cloudy weather in most areas in the state,” she stated.


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